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Latest IBM Blade Addresses Data Warehouse Needs

IBM has bundled its Information Server software on an HS21 blade, with the goal of achieving massive data integration.

HP to Acquire Opsware

The OEM has bid $1.6 billion in cash for the automation vendor, who is second to IBM in the server provisioning market.

AIX 6 Sets Off on Open Beta Course

IBM opts for an open beta for AIX 6.1. The latest version of Big Blue's Unix operating system focuses on virtualization and security.

Big Iron Rocks On

IBM touts System z machines and virtualization as one alternative to server farms.

HP to Offer Data Centers a 'Secure Advantage'

From the PC to the server, HP's new security umbrella aims to protect the data center.

BladeLogic, Cassatt Unite for Utility Computing

The two IT operations management leaders follow a theme of togetherness, as they push utility computing in an announcement at Gartner's Infrastructure, Operations & Management Summit.

ToutVirtual Touts Fix for Virtual Machine Sprawl

Enterprises suffering from virtual machine sprawl may find ToutVirtual's management solution to be a salve.

3Leaf Hangs Hat on 'Elastic' Servers

The server startup looks to solve performance, reliability and cost concerns associated with data centers.

Novell, Microsoft Outline Virtual Collaboration

Another layer peeled away, and the Novell-Microsoft collaboration got a little clearer.

BEA Enters Virtual Realm

BEA Systems entered the virtualization software market Monday with the release of WebLogic Server Virtual Edition, the first fruits of a software blueprint aimed at enabling Java applications to run on virtualized hardware.

Doing the Supercomputer Shuffle

BlueGene/L holds fast, while the rest of the Top 500 list of the world's most powerful supercomputers dance around.

Integration Super Server to the Rescue

It's a data profiler, it's a quality assurance tool, it's ... Integration Super Server. IBM Monday unveiled software to ease customers' application integration pain points.

Scaling the Windows vs. Linux Chasm

How will the fight for server and desktop placement play out?

Virtualization Vendor Refresh

It's refresh week in the virtualization vendor playground. VMware, Cassatt and Surgient debuted new software and partner support alliances.

IBM Takes Tape Storage Into Overdrive

Big Blue adds long-distance disaster recovery and grid tools to its enterprise-class tape system.

IBM Enters Software Automation Space

With the release of Tivoli Provisioning Manager, IBM is sparring with HP, Opsware and Altiris in the virtualization game.

NetApp to Provide High-Performance Storage

The Data ONTAP GX operating system will help customers pull and tuck away files.

VMware Software Keeps Pace With the Times

VMware Infrastructure 3 combines virtualization and clustering to meet customer needs.

Big Blue Bridges Storage Gaps

IBM is using its NetApp partnership to craft an appliance that bridges the SAN-NAS storage gap.

The Yin and Yang of Server Sales

Server revenue was down but shipments were up in the first quarter of 2006.

Going the Extra Mile in Disaster Recovery

IBM's SAN Volume Controller can now replicate data from any distance.

Exec Shuffle Yields New Server, Storage Chiefs

Sun Microsystems named John Fowler to oversee its server portfolio and David Yen to take the storage helm.

Cassatt Gets Virtual

The ISV's latest offering manages physical servers and virtual machines from VMware, Xen, and Microsoft.

Red Hat to Acquire JBoss

In a deal valued at $350 million, the OS vendor will pick up distributed computing platforms for its customers.

IDC: Data Centers Becoming Smaller, Faster

Research firm sees fewer but more powerful pieces of computing gear running more powerful applications.

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